payment & cancellations

payment

Deposits are due at the time you make a tour reservation. When your deposit is received we will send you an invoice that shows the remaining balance and due date of your final payment. If you are registering through a Group Leader, ask the Group Leader about your payment

Final Payment:

Your final payment is due generally 45 days prior to departure. On some longer, more expensive tours, multiple payments may be made. Refer to your original invoice for the payment due date. You will not receive a payment reminder unless the due date passes without payment being made. Again, if you are registering through a group, please ask your Group Leader about final payment.

Method of Payment:

You may pay by cash, check or credit card.

Cancellation

Refunds:

Your deposit is fully refundable up to 45 days prior to departure. Full payment is due 45 days prior to departure. Cancellation penalties apply after 45 days.

For cancellations between 31 and 45 days prior to departure, you will receive a refund less the deposit. After 30 days prior to departure there is no refund. With optional Trip Cancellation Insurance you can receive a full refund.

Insurance:

Trip Cancellation Insurance for a Daniel's Discovery Tours motorcoach tour can be purchased for an additional fee.  The Insured will receive reimbursement of trip payments made to Daniel's Discovery Tours on their behalf if the trip is canceled due to sickness, injury, or death of the Insured, a Family Member (A Family Member means the Insured's or Traveling Companion's spouse, child, daughter-in-law, son-in-law, sister, brother, mother, father, grandparents, grandchild, parent-in-law, sister-in-law, brother-in-law, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew), the Traveling companion staying in the same room as the Insured or the Business Partner of the Insured.  Sickness or injury must be of a disabling nature as to reasonably cause a trip to be canceled. A Doctor may be required to sign an Attending Physician's Statement with the insurance claim for cancellation due to illness, a copy of the death certificate may be required for cancellation due to death (in some cases, a copy of an Obituary will be accepted). For trips that are interrupted due to the unforeseen events above, reimbursement for the unused portion of the Insured's trip will be refunded.

Trip Cancellation Insurance does not include a Medical Expense Benefit.  If traveling outside of the United States, check your personal insurance policy for coverage of medical services incurred outside of the U.S. An additional policy that does include a Medical Expense Benefit can be purchased separately.  Contact our office for details.  The fee paid for the Trip Cancellation Insurance is non-refundable.

Passports:

Passports are now required for travel in Canada and Mexico. Please call our office if you need assistance obtaining your passport.